My Thoughts On The Book: I have read several of the Quilts of Love series and have loved them all so far. This one was not one of my favorites. The setting was interesting - I love days of old settings and this one was Oregon in the days of the pioneers. The story line had potential to be interesting as well- a new bride whose husband mysteriously leaves with the promise he will return but no details about where he has gone. The author is from Oregon, and the story feels like the a historical telling of her ancestors experience as newcomers to the wild wild West. The story line was very hard to figure out and it made me wonder if I had missed something somewhere. This was not a sequel, it was a stand alone book. So I was just left wondering and I plodded through the book. I did not feel a connection with any of the characters like I have in the other Quilts of Love books. Their actions and conversations were very stilted and abrupt. I just couldn't get into this story.
Disclosure: I received a free copy of this book from Litfuse Publicity Group and the publisher in exchange for an honest review. All opinions expressed are entirely my own.